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Herbed Cheese Spread

lutzflcat

"Tastes just like the expensive Boursin® cheese spread you buy at the store. Reduced-fat cream cheese works well in this recipe. Delicious spread on crackers or as a fill on celery sticks. Good shelf life in the refrigerator. This can be eaten right way, but it's best if refrigerated for at least one day before serving."
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Ingredients

10 m servings 102 cals
Original recipe yields 8 servings (1 cup)

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 102 calories; 9.8 g fat; 1.3 g carbohydrates; 2.2 g protein; 31 mg cholesterol; 156 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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Hi, I'm the writer of the recipe. We like this spread with 2 medium-size cloves, but if you have concerns or if you're using large cloves, start with less, the cheese's flavors will intensify o...

Update: The garlic in this recipe is overpowering by the next day... Should cut the amount by half or more...

FABULOUS! I will never buy that overly expensive Boursin cheese from the store again...this was even better, and super simple to make too!!!! Thanks, lutzflcat, for sharing such a wonderfully de...

I didn't have vermouth so I substituted Red Wine Vinegar. Came out awesome!

This was very easy to make and everyone loved it!!

VERY GOOD

This spread is really yummy on crackers! I enjoyed having a homemade version of such an expensive cheese.

I made this to use in the recipe for Baked Cod with Boursin Cheese, also on this site, subbing this recipe for the Boursin Cheese. I made half of the recipe as written, which was plenty to coat...

Had no vermouth, so used heavy whipping cream. Two cloves of garlic may be too strong. May cut back to one clove next time. I ground the dry herbs with the salt before adding them to make the p...